Storing spent batteries on your premises is illegal and takes up useful space. Why keep old batteries that may leak and cause damage, pollution or unnecessary expense?
The acid and heavy metals found in lead-acid batteries are aggressive and dangerous pollutants. The Law on Hazardous Waste prescribes the duties of anyone in possession of used batteries. You have an obligation to hand them over to someone who holds a permit for their collection, storage and treatment.
Any old lead-acid batteries you store on your premises pose a threat to the environment and human health. Let us be responsible for your hazardous waste.
Competitive Purchase of Used Accumulators
For you, old accumulators left over after equipment overhaul, replacement or write-off pose a problem and an additional legal burden. For us, they are a problem we can quickly solve. We purchase and recycle old lead-acid batteries (accumulators).
Our service covers:
- Competitive purchase prices
- 100% responsibility taken
- Professionalism and reliability in transport and recycling
- Treatment in accordance with the law
- Management of waste streams to disposal, with preservation of the environment
- Over five decades of experience recycling lead-acid batteries.
We will take responsibility for disposing of your hazardous waste.
How We Treat Old Batteries
We provide low-cost transport and recycling of spent batteries, with all the necessary permits for transport (including oversized cargo, for industrial batteries) and treatment.
We transport old accumulators in specialized containers and apply procedures that ensure a high percentage of recycled waste. Lead batteries are sorted into components and each component is managed as a resource, with strict compliance with legislation and the highest standards. We neutralize the acid and separate reusable lead.
Our procedures and instructions can simply be integrated into your quality management, environmental protection and occupational health and safety systems.
How to Use Our Services
To use our service you need a waste testing report. If you do not have such a report, contact us and we will acquire one for you.
1. Waste Testing Report
The Law on Waste Management requires all waste producers to possess a waste testing report establishing the characteristics of the waste and the potential presence of hazardous substances.
If you need to focus on your business and do not possess a waste testing report, let us organize everything. We will contact certified laboratories, characterize your waste and propose the optimum solution for waste disposal.
2. Contact Us
To use our services, contact us with your waste testing report.
We will document the movement of each individual component of waste in accordance with regulations.
We will ensure the disposal of every ounce of your waste in accordance with regulations and standards.
We will promptly respond to your inquiry and provide an offer.
The person responsible for the recycling of electrical machinery is Daniel Malešević.
Soil and Waterway Pollution Hazard
Vast quantities of old batteries are found across Serbia, either incorrectly stored or disposed of in sites envisaged for municipal waste. Broken accumulators leak hazardous substances. Improperly treated spent accumulators are a constant source of environmental pollution, primarily of soil and waterways. This type of hazardous waste requires greater public attention, professional transport, storage and treatment.